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Views are ok but it is extremely steep and rocky the last .5 KM. Barely any sign of a place to walk. Unless you have proper footwear, don't attempt that. Rocks are all loose and again, very little sign of a walkway to the lookout.

11 days ago

Went a while back on my bike and it was a pretty quick ride. Had to get off and walk at some points where it was too steep and the gravel was loose but leads to a nice waterfall.

hiking
15 days ago

It is a Bit muddy but a nice hike for the kids too.

Trail not well marked. Ended up walking along train tracks because we couldn’t find where the trail continued. We saw the train wreck from the tracks and slid down the hill to reach them. We went back another way across the bridge from the Olympic village park. That’s seem to be the better way to go in winter.

hiking
18 days ago

Fabulous hike both in good weather and bad. Steep and rooty trail

Good and easy for Two nice hours after work :)

The hike was beautiful, it is moderately trafficked because it is in the fall. The few people we met on the trail were very friendly. It took 4 hours to do the loop, water and a light snack are suggested.

So much fun and perfect for a nice hike and a few really good pics! Saw people doing live art and it was really a chill place....spent a lot of time admiring the art the bridge and the water was amazing! A must do! ❤️

nice hike, although not well marked. rewarding at the end seeing all the painted wrecked old trains.

beautiful hike, not a busy trail! Trail markers were a little difficult to find every now and then though.

Not a particularly beautiful or interesting trail, maybe we just didn’t get to the right viewpoints? Good length and difficulty, good as a moderate 3-hour workout. Used our gps a lot.

Very good length and mostly calm. Right now there’s a lot of mud and puddles though, so your shoe definitely get dirty. For anybody!

hiking
2 months ago

It was hard to find, hence the name I suppose lol, but worth it!

2 months ago

Great trail but don’t stop at Mystery Lake. Lots of things to explore in that area so hike past the lake and you will see some amazing viewpoints

hiking
2 months ago

Magical spot. Short hike, about an hour round trip. Perfect after work hike during summer. Lots of little spots to explore and take pictures from.

hiking
3 months ago

Best place for great time with newborn. Easy and calm.

great trail except for the sounds of the shooting range.. beautiful spot though

Really easy walk around the forest, there are some cool trails off the actual path too if you look for them. Makes it a little for adventurous

Easy and peaceful

on Mystery Lake

hiking
3 months ago

like all north shore mountain hikes, this one doesn't disappoint. a bit slow going at times, lots of roots and rocks. nice viewz

The trailhead is not well marked but we had a good description from the internet and asked some locals. The trail itself is not really marked too but easy to hike, some slippery and slightly steep sections in the forest but you can also follow the rails. The colorful sprayed train wracks are interesting for photography and nice to look at. It's a good hike to relax from a bigger one or if you just want to explore a little bit.

hiking
3 months ago

Definitely not an EASY ascent, with the high steps between roots and rocks. But not the hardest hike I've ever done by any means

hiking
3 months ago

My fav so far - technical terrain but great for kids as well, lots of rocks, roots, streams of water, flowers and great spot for a snack break by the lake. Fog was a bonus!

hiking
4 months ago

Cute trail, great for families. The map here is somewhat misleading as it does not start at the “official” trailhead. And the trail is not 2.8 miles, more like maybe a mile and a half round trip. I think there is a newer entry in the app for this trail called the Whistler Trainwreck Trail via Sea to Sky — that one has the correct trailhead marked which is actually easy to find. There’s even a small parking area for the trail (on Jane Lakes Road.) Basically, from the 99, go south on Cheakamus Lake Road (by the Whistler Interpretive Forest), keep right to Legacy Road (for a short distance) then to Jane Lakes Road. You will see a small parking area shortly, and the trailhead will be near a stop sign.

Great little hike! The train wreck is really neat. Instead of following the man made path, you can cut down to the river and follow a dirt trail that has a some pretty sweet views of the river/cliffs. Parking is really easy and straightforward if you follow this site: https://www.whistler.com/pdf/maps/whistler-hiking-trail-head-map.pdf. Trail head is well labeled.

I went with a 5 year old and a 2 year old ....cant take a stroller so we didnt reach the falls but really nice walk

Good for families. Lots of bear piles under transmission lines but didn’t see any Winnie the Pooh’s.

hiking
4 months ago

Nice trail with junction trail to mount Seymour. We spotted a bear on our way back. You can find tons of berries in the trail.

nature trips
4 months ago

It is combination of two trails. I would rate the lake trail as EASY and falls trail as MODERATE. The falls trail left me wondering at times if I am on right track. My phone measured the total distance as 5.2 kilometres.

A great little hike! Yes, the trails could use a bit better marking, but so long as you have a copy of the map & GPS you'll be find. We got sidetracked just after the lake & ended up going into the campgrounds, but if that happens to you, turn left & you'll meet back up to the path or you can just go back & take the right trail. At the most eastern part of the trail, if you end up taking the right fork, it leads to a lookout, which is nice. My partner & I looked around the corner of the left side of the fork & he felt the hill on the right hand side would be pretty typical of the path on the left so he just went down there. I opted to go back & take the left trail. I'm glad I did as it was super easy to follow & get down. The Outlook to the main falls is getting pretty herd to see through now, & we saw the cave down by the falls so we decided to make our way down to the falls itself. Glad we did. It was a fun hike to the cave. Spoiler alert, it's just a 10ft deep hole. The main lake is a great afterthought to the hike to cool down. =)

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